Center Chic Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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... tourists! The church(es) was somewhat less flamboyant (compared to those in Rome) dimly lit and contained a number of mosaics as suited the varying denominations.
We departed Jerusalem Old City via one of the 9 gates, New Gate. We now had some appreciation (understanding?) of the ancient city and all of its religious complexities. Also some of its history namely the 12 sieges – the first in 925 BC and the last in 1948. The ...
... I was freaked out about draining the battery on my computer so I made the excuse to read the Israel book that the organizing group had gotten us. It was really interesting but a little boring to read. I tried my best to sleep but I find it next to impossible to sleep sitting up. I got an airplane meal for the first time in my life! It was pretty gross but there was a lot of food so I can't really complain.
... temple or shrine directed to welcome the rays of the sun. So often it comes down to the solar origin of religious tradition, even Judaism, which bases its ritual cycles on the moon.
“Yes,” Zev said, “And churches are usually oriented towards the west. But when you leave the Church of the Holy Sepulchre through the main east entrance, after you do the all-night vigil there, you encounter the rising sun.”
... it’s something bizarre).
Finishing up on Athens, though, my hotel was not very well located. But it was comfortable enough. I wouldn’t have been able to stay there long. It smelled like a funeral parlor—you know, flowers in a can? There seems to be a lot of air freshener used in the Middle East/Mediterranean. I wonder if they’re trying to cover cigarette odor, since they are finally ...
... sharing areas we have grown in or struggled with while at IBEX so far. Kailey then suggested that we close the time out in prayer, and collectively we did so. The rest break was very encouraging.
From the spring, we could see several ruined buildings further down the valley on the other side. The group unanimously voted to skip across and check them out, so off we went. While exploring the nooks and crannies of the buildings that were still ...